Red Crescent focused on 2020 humanitarian aid efforts


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holding the lens to the developments in the humanitarian field in 2020, and this development prepared by the Red Crescent Academy to analyze in a systematic way “Turkey Humanitarian Studies Yearbook 2020” published in Turkey Humanitarian Studies have been announced can be reached from the Yearbook 2020 yillik.kizilayakademi.org.t address.

Disasters, migration, social services, voluntary, public health and international aid headings under which holds the lens with the developments in the humanitarian field in 2020 in Turkey, “Turkey Humanitarian Studies Yearbook 2020” met with readers. The annual was prepared by the Red Crescent Academy, which was written by the administrators of different institutions and academicians about the practices implemented in the field of humanitarian aid and which was stated to draw attention with the statistical data it contains.

OVERVIEW OF 2020 WITH THE CHRONOLOGY OF DISASTERS

The target audience for humanitarian aid and academics interested in the issues on these issues, employee, Turkey Humanitarian Studies Yearbook described as including all readers volunteers in 2020, it reveals the chronology of Turkey’s humanitarian aid and demonstrate. Another prominent issue in the annual, where the disasters and earthquakes that occurred in 2020 are expressed with maps, it was stated that the Covid-19 epidemic, which affected the whole world.

235.4 MILLION PEOPLE NEED HELP

“The covid-19 pandemic, which affects all areas of our lives nationally and globally, has been at the forefront of the humanitarian agenda throughout 2020, and there have been various disasters and humanitarian crises in different parts of the world. According to the United Nations Humanitarian Coordination Office (OCHA) data, 235.4 million people have entered the year 2021 in need of humanitarian aid ”.